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Parkas ready for chilly months

Oct 09. 2019
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The cool season about to begin will be warmer in the upper provinces than last year’s – by 1 degree, the Meteorological Department forecast.

It expects temperatures to remain low from mid-October to mid-February, averaging 20 or 21 degrees Celsius in the North and Northeast. Last year’s average was 21.9C.

The thermometer will drop to 7-8C in the North and Northeast and 15-17C in Bangkok.

The coldest period is expected to last from mid-December to the end of January.

Frost will again be a common sight in the mountains.

The upper South will feel the chill most. 

Rain will remain heavy from Chumphon to the lower provinces, especially in November and December. 

There will be heavy rain and in some isolated areas very heavy rain, bringing the risk of flash flooding and river overflows.

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